Nagarajan Murugan

Hi

Hi,Can any one confirm me that is there any patches required for IIS due to daylight savings.

Thanks.




Re: Internet Explorer Web Development DST impact on IIS

EricLaw-MSFT

IIS itself should not require patches, but you should ensure your servers are running the latest available Windows patches.



Re: Internet Explorer Web Development DST impact on IIS

Johnny Wlaker

I've got a 2003 R2 server updated with the DST patch (KB931836), an XP Pro workstation with the DST patch. Time on both displays correct. I put together a submission form in Frontpage and published. When the results file is saved, the timestamp on the file is correct. If I open the file to read the submitted info, the timestamp IN the file is one hour behind the actual time (submitted time is one the saved fields). Where is that coming from The only 2 computers involved are up to date. The timestamp saved INTO the file doesn't match the timestamp of the file. There must be more TZ info that needs updating. IIS





Re: Internet Explorer Web Development DST impact on IIS

Brantley Allen

I'm getting the same problem but with a W2K IIS 5 server with Exchange 2003.

Has anyone else seen this problem or have a solution for it

Brantley Allen





Re: Internet Explorer Web Development DST impact on IIS

Robert

Same here. One web server is NT, the other is Win2000.

Both show the correct time in the system tray, but when Frontpage sends an email containing a time stamp, it's one hour behind.

I've thought of shutting down both servers, pulling the lithium battery, putting it back in and allowing that to reset the BIOS time,

cranking them back up and setting the time via the system tray and not selecting "Automatically adjust for DST".

Anybody have a reason they don't think that would work